Corwin Watts


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  • My Sparkling Misfortune (The Lakeland Knight series, #1) on Dec. 12, 2011

    I read this book thanks to my local library. I kept wanting to read it because of the humor. So I decided to buy it, and it's sequel.
  • My Royal Pain Quest (The Lakeland Knight series, #2) on Dec. 16, 2011

    I enjoyed the first book, My Sparkling Misfortune, and I was really hoping to like this one. I do, a lot! So much so that I've been recommending Ms. Lond's books to a couple of librarians. I really would like another book though to find out how marriage suits a villain who isn't really that villainous and how he'll deal with the Villain's League.
  • Underdead on Jan. 02, 2012

    Overall, I enjoyed the book, but found myself wondering why I was supposed to like Jo. She never seems to do anything except react to the other characters who keep the action going.
  • Twenty Palaces on April 30, 2012

    This prequel novel to a trilogy was a tough read, at times. The main character, Ray, spends a good amount of time reacting rather than acting. Which is not surprising considering he's rather out of his depth having just gotten out of prison, trying to create a new life for himself, and discovering magic is real. The only problem I had was is near constant internal dialog of victimization, his own or seeing others as victims. Not that he wants to victimize them, as he constantly says in his head, but... Still the action was good and the magic of the story is well thought out.
  • Entertaining Angels on Oct. 25, 2012

    It's an interesting short story. It shows promise. I found it well written with an interesting character and a potentially interesting world. I'm looking forward to either another short story, a novella or novel featuring Rian.
  • Black Magic and Mojitos on April 10, 2016

    I enjoyed reading this story. The characters are intriguing and the setting was different from many similar urban fantasy tales. I liked how the author wrote the story, as well. She used enough detail to fully render each scene and yet didn't bog me down with too much information.